I have run my Luxe off a SLP reg in the past and it worked well, but was a little inconsistent. I have found that 450 to 550 output seems to work best for my Luxe, and I know some people run a normal 800 psi output tank with no issues.
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Agreed. I tried one on a Luxe and had the same issues Big Poppa mentioned above, but I have heard of it working for people.
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Big Pappa Pink is correct. I actually did a comparrison video on this topic.
You want a simple explanation?
If the regulator regulates the pressure coming out of the regulator and into the gun, what difference does it make with what pressure is going in? It is going to be the same pressure after the regulator going into the solenoid and firing chamber no matter what input pressure you use.
Different Luxe engines operate at different pressures.
I have used 800 PSI on all my guns with no issue. Whats the benefit of running 550 over 800? My gun will stop shooting when my tank hits 800 PSI and yours will shoot down to 550 PSI.
To low of an input pressure and you run into starvation issues and velocity fluxuations. I ran a SLP and had a velocity range of +/- 25-40 FPS in the volley of shots as opposed to +/- 3-6 FPS with standard pressure.
slps can run great on luxes however your dwell will have to be ungodly high my ran best at the max 25MS with my SLP a standard ninja reg with all the shims putting out like 400-450 is the best in my experiences